In God We Trust

Should It Even Be On Our Money, It's not sacred, don't try to make it so!

I keep hearing frantic cries from the people because there is a threat that "In God We Trust" will be removed from our money. GOOD! His name should not be on our money anyway!

If it is printed on our money it stands to reason that hookers, bars and attorney's would surely want it displayed over their doors... and rightly so! Don't hold back.. tell it like it is!

This motto had nothing to with the founding of this country. It was not printed on our paper currency until 1957. It was placed on our coins when Abraham Lincoln was president... the bloodiest president in history! A divisive, blood thirsty person that history has been very kind to, but about whom was wrong. He was the original vessel for the funneling in of the New World Order. Misled historians tell you that the Civil War was about slavery... it was not! That is another lesson and I won't go there now.

God is the creator of the universe and HIS SON is our Lord but HE is not the king of money! HE is the King of the Kingdom which is spiritual and is not materialistic. Jesus spent HIS entire ministry telling us that the material world is of Satan, not our God. HE went on to say that MONEY IS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL... OR the "LOVE" of money... same thing. I am pleased that HE will not be represented on money or any other idol that is worshipped by the pagans. I don't think HE wants HIS name stamped on our money, lest "the root of all evil" be confused with HIS Kingdom.

It is more than ironic that Jesus asked the Pharisee, a right wing religious zealot, to take out a coin and tell Him whose name and picture was on it... It implies, to me, that whatever is imprinted on currency is associated with the god of that instrument. At least that wisdom came from the mouth of our Lord.

Matthew 22:15 Then the Pharisees met together to plot how to trap Jesus into saying something for which he could be arrested. 16 They sent some of their disciples, along with the supporters of Herod, to meet with him. “Teacher,” they said, “we know how honest you are. You teach the way of God truthfully. You are impartial and don’t play favorites. 17 Now tell us what you think about this: Is it right to pay taxes to Caesar or not?” 18 But Jesus knew their evil motives. “You hypocrites!” he said. Why are you trying to trap me? 19 Here, show me the coin used for the tax.” When they handed him a Roman coin, 20 he asked, “Whose picture and title are stamped on it?” 21 “Caesar’s,” they replied. “Well, then,” he said,“give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and give to God what belongs to God.”

Case Closed!

Your friend,


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